THe Mother
collective

Long-term, no BS
support for mothers

Starts 16th January

THE TIME IS NOW.

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The mother collective

long-term, no bs support for mothers

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Feeling restored, content & lit up as a mother does not need to be a pipe dream.

Here lies sturdy support, simple practices, and rest at its finest. 

No jargon, or unrealistic expectations (there’s likely enough of that in your life!).

This is your time to return to ritual, community and simplicity.

The 5 month online container

16th January - 25th May

Monthly calls

Monday 7-8 pm

Go softly with your body into the depths of yoga. Be guided by your intuition, the soothing cadence of your breath, and your self expression to find your inner grace and wisdom. This class blends dynamic sequences with moments of introspection, creating a seamless flow that connects body, mind, and spirit.

 

Closing in-person day retreat in the dome

(online retreat for international mums!)

Settle into your own nature — explore, unravel, and feel whole. These sessions blend restorative yoga and yin to hold space for deep inner work. Release tension, work with the body’s energetics and breathe into your emotional world. Music, poetry and gentle guidance help you sink even further into relaxation.

Who is The Mother Collective for?

 

Suitable for mothers:

 ♡ To children of any age (from 6 week old new borns all the way to 50+ years postpartum!)

♡ Who are pregnant (need to be at least 24 weeks), pregnancy can often revolve around “the birth”, this is a space to connect with the journey into motherhood

Seeking community and support 

Wanting to “own” being a mother — trusting your intuition, and living in connection with self-worth 

 Craving simplicity and being more present in their day

Going through turbulence right now, and need kindness and rest

 

Meet Rosie + Naoise

About Rosie

I’m Rosie — fertility, pre and postnatal yoga teacher guided by Celtic wisdom. Rest, reflect, connect — that is the space I open up for mothers to step into, both in the dome and online. 

About Naoise

I’m Rosie — an advanced yoga teacher with an 11 year practice. Yoga and Celtic Wisdom are the steady beats of my life, there for me to open to joy and love in this colourful world of ours. My approach is invitational and encouraging, warm and compassionate. I draw richly from the Celtic world as well as an East meets West approach. 

embodiment

rest

identity

live sessions

purpose

community connection

Will we see you on the other side?

Our monthly calls are

What’s included

The container is delivered mostly by live zoom calls (we record the practices, but not the community shares). Additional support materials include video and audio content, and worksheets. Here is what’s included:

The Mother Collective includes:

Group calls with Rosie and Naoise once a month, including live sound baths, movement practices, and much, much more

Fortnightly AM calls with Rosie or Naoise for a 30 minute mindful connection

✨ A meditation library (5-25 minutes to find your peace)

Show up and expand in real time — the beauty of this container is in its simplicity

Online community to share resources, insights and support

In-person closing day retreat at the dome (for international clients we’ll host an online one instead!)

✨ A sustainable welcome pack sent to your door!

investment

€395

6-month payment plan also available

This container is non-refundable, or exchangeable.
Payment plans available — for this, or any questions at all dear ones, please email us. 🙂

FREQUENTLY
ASKED
QUESTIONS

You can experience the benefits of a virtual studio at home and on-the-go with any device. 

I believe in simplicity when offering you an online yoga course. For The Mother Collective, you will get a welcome email two days before the course starts including everything you need to get started with us.

If you’re practicing yoga at home you can get started right away without any special equipment. Wear clothes you feel comfortable in that won’t restrict your range of motion. A yoga mat will provide some cushioning and provide grip. Two blocks are also heplful, as well as a bolster (or a couple of pillows will work instead).